Former Democrat Staffers Indicted On Counts Of Cyberstalking

Democrats are shaking over the new arrests that happened recently. Officials have confirmed the arrest of two former Democrat staffers of a member of the US House of Representatives. This may be a part of a big game, and we can only imagine the shock on Obama’s face. Let’s not forget that this isn’t the first arrest of members of the Democratic Party.

It’s pretty strange how Democrats are involved in every scandal. They are desperately trying to accuse President Donald Trump of obstruction of justice and even a treason. But, the anti-Trumps are the only traitors to be blamed for things like this. Although Democrats have initiated so many investigations lately, each of the operations ends up with an arrest of their members. That’s exactly what happened this time.

Juan R. McCullum, 35, of Washington DC and his co-worker, Dorene Browne-Louis, 45, of Upper Marlboro, Md., got themselves in big trouble. McCullum was indicted on two counts of cyberstalking, and Browne Louis was indicted on two counts of obstruction of justice. The indictment was unsealed today. It was first returned on July 11, 2017. In the US District Court for the District of Columbia.

McCullum was employed in the House member’s legislative office in the capital in the period between April 2015 and June 2016. Browne-Louis held the same position in from January 2015 to April 2016.

The whole thing started in March 2016. McCullum took the malfunctioning iPhone of his employer to the local Apple store in order to get it repaired. But, the staffer used the opportunity to copy and even share the content of the iPhone, including private, nude images and videos.

After McCullum left the office, he created a Hotmail account and a Facebook social media account. He didn’t use his name, and posted the images and the videos he had copied before. He even suggested that others do the same thing, targeting the member’s congressional district. Browne-Louis also received some of the nudes, including e-mail messages packed with the private material.

What do you think about this? Do you think these two should in in jail?

(h/t The Washington Post, NBC News)

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